EVA UPGRADED*: Phaco-Vitrectomy system that maximizes surgeon control
*UPGRADED features (new LED module and integrated footswitch) are not yet available in all markets. Please contact D.O.R.C. or your local distributor for information on the availability.
VACUFLOW VTI: VACUUM AND FLOW MODES
At the heart of EVA is a revolutionary fluid control system called Vacuflow VTi. Vacuflow VTi uses Valve Timing intelligence (VTi). The beauty of our Vacuflow VTi technology is that it eliminates the risk of unwanted pulsation or unwanted flow; it just effortlessly delivers the precise flow and fast vacuum required by the surgeon.
TWO DIMENSIONAL CUTTER (TDC): UP TO 16,000 CPM*
TDC with VacuFlow VTi fluidics allows surgeon to control flow of tissue into the port for precise cutting.
Port open design reduces intraocular turbulence caused by traditional cutters allowing better surgeon control.
TDC cuts in both directions doubling the cutting further reducing traction.
Port open 92% of the time - for faster tissue removal.
* The TDC cutter has a cut speed of up to 8,000 CPM and is designed to facilitate cutting tissue on the return of each stroke of the vitrectome, effectively doubling the cut speed.
Enhanced LED illumination
Increased light output for 27G surgery
Latest 27G light fibres provide 65% increase in output
Enhanced LED light source delivers further increase of at least 30%
Achieves optimum illumination for 27G surgery
Constant lumen output
No degradation of light output over the +10,000 hour life of the LED
Significant cost savings compared to traditional Xenon bulbs (400 hours).
Available color tinting
Allows for user adjustable tissue contrast for enhanced visualization
Increased safety profile for extended or highly complicated cases.
• 6 programmable buttons
• Customizable inlays
• Alternative positions for optimal comfort
Enhanced surgeon control
• Integrated laser control
• Intuitive switching between laser and vitrectomy modes
• Wireless with longer battery life
Wireless, dual linear functionality
• Independent control of aspiration and cutting
• Independent control of aspiration and phaco
• Single linear lock
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